Now defunct company that created custom WMS solutions
Programmer (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 14, 2016
A typical day at V3 Systems included writing and optimizing the application which was written in VB6 and utilized SQL Server on the back end. Daily customer support and travel to client sites was required.
Pay is 100% late 100% of the time... Over a month most of the time.
Sales (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 20, 2012
Management lacks the ability to communicate at all. You never know if you are going to get paid on payday, and if you don't you don't know when pay day is going to happen. Even when they say they are going to pay, you cannot count on it. When they do get money in, they choose to pay some employees, but not others. Plus, payroll checks have bounced.
The CEO is so arrogant! I have never met a man more full of himself. He thinks it is okay to go around yelling at people at the top of his lungs, using every cuss word in the book at them. He puts everyone on pins and needles. He is by far the most unprofessional person I have ever met, seen or heard of. He lacks the ability to inspire and lead.
The product shows potential, but V3 cannot decide which way they want to go with it. With each new potential investor the direction changes. Sales people do not know which way to sell. Management cannot stay focused on an agenda for more than a Quarter.
The only good part about working at V3 are your co-workers. There are some really freaking cool people there. Even some of the management are cool, but they shouldn't be in management.
I have never in all my days worked for a more dysfunctional company.
My recommendation, do not work for V3, even if they do get the money problems solved, the leadership is so poor, you will be kicking yourself for signing up.
cool co-workers - but not worth all the other pains of v3
pretty much everything but the co-workers! biggest, no money, no pay.
Best Place to work hands down. Who needs to work at Google or Microsoft?
Technical Operations (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City – May 31, 2012
The work environment is great. Dress is mostly casual, allowing employees to work in comfort and be productive in the office. Everyone is working to become experts on virtualization and becoming a professional at what they do. The management is great and are always working to help each employee progress and work at their full potential. They are personable and very easy to get along with. Maybe too easy.... no really they're the best bosses I've ever had.
The job is enjoyable because there is constant growth and progression that takes place; within the company and also personally. I enjoy coming to work everyday because it is a new experience every time and never gets repetitive or boring.
Also, has your CEO ever taken you rock climbing?
culture, management, relaxed but productive, constant hands on learning
Channel Manager, US East (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – May 31, 2012
I have not had this much excitement since the dotcom explosion of the late 90's. Hottest technology, smart people, active community. If you are board certified, (ie - Snow Board, Surf Board, Boogie Board, Skate Board) then you have picked the right company. Adrenaline junkies are welcome!
work at home
late afternoon meetings because of time difference
Marketing (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 31, 2012
I like working at V3 because it allows me to be an entrepreneur within a company. I say that because the management values everyone's ideas of how to help the company. V3 is a growing company that is full of fun and hard working people. I have learned a lot about management along with tons of Internet marketing knowledge. There has not been a day that I do not want to come to work. I really enjoy this place.
great work life balance, fun place to work, good work experience
healthcare for extreme sports lovers, pay, budget contraints